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What is the coldest substance on earth?


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Scientists at MIT in Massachusetts cooled a few molecules of sodium potassium to a temperature of -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit, or just a tiny bit higher than absolute zero, the coldest temperature that can exist. In 2014, an 880 lb ball of copper was cooled to −459.659 °F in India.

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